Indianapolis, IN–Billilynne Keller, executive director of the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA), has been named president of the Electronic Systems Industry Consortium (ESIC), a non-profit corporation that encourages the growth, expansion and professionalism of the electronic systems industry through collaborative affiliation of national and international trade associations.
Both CEDIA and the Electronic Systems Industry Consortium are dedicated to educating and training industry professionals on the most up-to-date technologies and innovations that will drive the current and future development of the electronic systems industry. Prior to being named president of the ESIC, Keller served as secretary/treasurer since the inception of the organization in 1998.
The Electronic Systems Industry Consortium is comprised of non-profit associations and business leagues that have as members companies that manufacture or install electronic systems. Founded in 1998, the consortium has two major committees–the Government and Industry Affairs Committee and the Education Committee, which is focused on the development of curriculum, apprenticeship and accreditation criteria.